The Prophet’s life is very family-oriented. He is easygoing and the most generous of people. He is not only the best of men in public, he is also the best of men when it comes to his family...
He was wise enough to let the Quraysh assume they had “won” by agreeing to their demands. In the short-term the apparent ‘victory’ did appear to be theirs, but it was a turning point for Islam
How did the Prophet secure the safety of his followers? Muslims had to get out of Makkah in order to continue to spread Islam and to seek protection from harm. How did he plan his exit from Makkah?
If a researcher devotes all of his attentions to the old Seerah books, he will not be able to confirm all the historical events, while the answers to his questions may be easily found in the Sunnah ..
Prophet Muhammad's wisdom was a key factor in signing the Treaty of Hudaybiya. This treaty is described in the Quran as 'a manifest victory', and had many positive implications for Islam's future.
Jafar recited the opening verses of Chapter 19 of the Quran, called Maryam in honor of the mother of Jesus. The King and those with him were moved to tears..
Prophet Muhammad believed that his followers would be well looked after if they migrated to a country whose religion was Christianity, a scriptural religion whose Prophet was Jesus son of Mary
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